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Woman falls off Wii Fit board, becomes a sex addict

Apr 14 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

Wait, what?

A woman from Manchester is blaming Wii Fit for turning her into a sex addict. 24-year-old Amanda Flowers fell off her balance board while playing Nintendo's blockbuster placebo and claims that the stumble somehow turned her into a nymphomaniac. Seriously.

Amanda claims that she craves sex at least ten times a day. The slightest vibration in the air will give her the horn, meaning that all she has to do is feel her phone and it's like Niagra Falls in her pants. According to Flowers, "It began as a twinge down below before surging through my body. Sometimes it built up into a trembling orgasm.

"With no cure I just have to try to control my passion by breathing deeply. Hopefully one day I’ll find a superstud who can satisfy me."

Sorry, what? How can this be a real person? She's talking as if she's one of those fake letters at the back of a porn mag. Nevertheless, if she really does have this problem, I know of a certain golfer who might be able to help her out. Two birds, one stone.

Girl Falls off Wii Fit Board — Becomes Sex Addict [HotBloodedGaming]


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